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March 31, 2017    JeongHa News

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JeongHa looked like he was having fun in the 2-0 victory against Resurgance at the 2017 HGC Eastern Clash.

JeongHa was going for style points in both Games 1 and 2 against Resurgance. Game 1 was over in literally 10 minutes, with JeongHa dominating right after hitting level 10. Landing multi-man Sulfuras Smashes would allow his team to end the game incredibly quickly. Game 2 had JeongHa on the hero Zeratul for the map Towers of Doom. This game started to get real funky with JeongHa going full aggro, diving towers and forts early on for the odd chance that he might pick up a kill. While it appeared L5 was clowning for the majority of this game, it was still very apparent that the match was one sided. With L5 being on another level mechanically and with JeongHa's Void Prisons, Game 2 wrapped up the series with some flourish.

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March 31, 2017

RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

JeongHa looked like he was having fun in the 2-0 victory against Resurgance at the 2017 HGC Eastern Clash.

JeongHa was going for style points in both Games 1 and 2 against Resurgance. Game 1 was over in literally 10 minutes, with JeongHa dominating right after hitting level 10. Landing multi-man Sulfuras Smashes would allow his team to end the game incredibly quickly. Game 2 had JeongHa on the hero Zeratul for the map Towers of Doom. This game started to get real funky with JeongHa going full aggro, diving towers and forts early on for the odd chance that he might pick up a kill. While it appeared L5 was clowning for the majority of this game, it was still very apparent that the match was one sided. With L5 being on another level mechanically and with JeongHa's Void Prisons, Game 2 wrapped up the series with some flourish.

March 29, 2017

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Jeongha had some very impressive Zeratul play in the 1-3 loss to MVP Black in the 2017 HGC Eastern Clash Grand Finals.

Unlike MVP KyoCha in Game 1, Jeongha had some amazing Void Prisons in Game 2 on the map Sky Temple. At the 11-minute mark Jeongha was able to completely negate the enemy Tyrael's Sanctification play over the boss pit by using Void Prison to stall it out. This allowed L5 to steal MVP's boss attempt and get bottom Keep. Another great Void Prison at the 15-minute mark allowed Nachojin to pick up a kill on the enemy Valla in a 2-vs-5 situation. It was consistent plays like this that allowed L5 to take Game 2 in a relatively convincing fashion.

December 30, 2016

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JeonHa once again played his flex role well in a 2-0 rout of ZeroPanda during the group stage of Chinese Gold League.

JeonHa began his tanking duties on Chen. This marked the first time JeonHa had played Chen in competitive HotS, and ZeroPanda was not ready for it at all, thinking that perhaps it would be Noblesse playing Chen, which is what they were used to seeing. This presented an excellent opportunity for Ballistix as they were able to sneak in a Muradin pick for Noblesse as well and counter the majority of ZP's team comp. JeonHa also managed to play Chen with extreme skill, as he focused on talents like Elusive Brawler at level 1 that effectively negate all incoming auto-attack damage, which fully countered everything ZP drafted in their full auto-attack comp. This turned JeonHa into a powerhouse that could not be stopped and allowed Ballistix to bully ZP as much as they wanted all game long, resulting in an easy victory. Game 2 saw JeonHa on a hero he knew all too well, Tyrael. JeonHa has had some amazing Tyrael mechanics in the past, and it was no different in this Gold League match, where the timing of his Sanctifications was so precise that Ballistix only had three deaths the entire mid/late game.

November 6, 2016

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JeonHa delivered on every opportunity in the 3-1 series against Fnatic at the 2016 HGC World Championship grand finals.

JeongHa started off the series with some amazingly impactful Tyrael play. Early on in Game 1, JeongHa landed a perfect Sanctification, denying enemy Zarya's Graviton Surge and Leoric's Entomb. Another amazing Sanctification in combination with his Holy Ground at the 17-minute mark secured the first game for Ballistix. In Game 2, JeongHa opted to play Zeratul to answer Fnatic's Greymane Tyrael dives, as well as set up ally Swoy for multi-man Twilight Dreams. At the eight-minute mark JeongHa was able to do exactly this, landing a huge Void Prism on four members from Fnatic allowing Swoy to land a crushing Twilight Dream netting three kills. JeongHa played a good Zeratul in Game 3, but it wasn't enough to put an end to the series. Game 4 JeongHa was on Tassadar married to sCsC on Tracer. This pairing allows Tracer risk free dives into Fnatic's backline due to Tassadar's Shields compensating for Tracers low health pool. JeongHa had more to offer that just being Tracers shield bot, using his Force Wall ultimate to great effect. Multiple times in Game 4, JeongHa was able to stop the enemy Stitches from running away with his Gorge targets.

November 5, 2016

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JeongHa had a huge impact in the 3-1 victory against Team Dignitas at the 2016 HGC World Championship Semifinals.

The series started off with JeongHa dominating on Dehaka. Game 1 was a complete stomp, as JeongHa used his Brushstalker ability to completely control the map, picking up two kills on opposite sides of Dragon Shire at the five-minute mark. Game 2 also showcased JeongHa's prowess on the hero Alarak. Using Telekinesis, JeongHa was able to set his team up for multiple kills, snowballing their lead to another quick victory. Game 3 was a display of over confidence on behalf of Ballistix, putting JeongHa on the hero Illidan as a first pick. Dignitas countered this pick and won Game 3, but Ballistix still walked away with the series.

October 28, 2016

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JeongHa was legendary in the 2-0 series against Fnatic at the HGC World Championship Day 3.

JeongHa did a superb job on the hero Tassadar in Game 1. He never missed a beat and was always on top of shielding Greymane and Valla, allowing them to stay in fights with a sliver of health. He opted for Leeching Plasma at level four which provided incredible sustain for both their auto attacking assassins. JeongHa also had some great Force Walls, singling out Breez on E.T.C Multiple times. In Game 2, JeongHa was back on an aggressive role with the melee assassin Thrall. After Game 1, it appeared that Ballistix was becoming a bit overconfident and began to throw a sizable lead, but JeongHa would not concede. At the 23-minute mark on the map Towers of Doom, JeongHa landed a perfect five-man sunder that would win Ballistix a very close teamfight and secure the game.

October 28, 2016

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JeongHa crushed Denial in a 2-0 series at the HGC World Championship Day 3.

Game 1 Jeongha chose to play the hero Arthas as an additional counter to Denial's Illidan. Arthas' ability to slow attack speed, movement speed, and apply roots is a real threat to melee assassins. What really made JeongHa's Arthas stand out in Game 1 was his ability to apply his root on Illidan immediately after Illidan used his Sweeping Strike to disengage. This created many opportunities where Illidan was forced to sit there and endure the full punishment of Li-Ming and Tychus. Game 2 wasn't a competition either, with JeongHa pummeling Denial into the ground with the hero Thrall. An excellent Sundering at the eight-minute mark was enough to send Denial packing as it successfully cut off the rest of their team from joining Tracer's haphazard dive onto ScSc.